As the UK government refuses to release a report on Russian election meddling, a new report reveals online electoral interference is rife around the world.
Subpoenas are issued as a federal grand jury is examining allegations of election fraud in a North Carolina congressional race.
The Cybersecurity 202: Democrats Are More Concerned About Election Security Than Republicans, Survey Finds
Democrats are far more concerned than Republicans that a foreign power will tamper with a U.S. election, and they're more cynical about the government's ability to respond to a major cyberattack.
A Pakistani anti-graft tribunal on Friday announced a much-awaited ruling in a corruption case against former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, sentencing him to 10 years in prison over purchases of luxury apartments in London.
The secretary of Homeland Security has warned that U.S. elections are still vulnerable to digital interference from Russia and other countries.
State elections officials said Saturday that they want more information from federal officials to ensure they are protected from cybersecurity threats.
There is a framework to secure our elections that can win bipartisan support, minimize costs to taxpayers and respect the constitution.